Genie M-4700 User Manual

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Owner’s Manual contains installation,
operating, maintenance, & warranty
instructions.
For residential use only.
This product
complies with the 325
regulations effective
January 1,1993.
Marantec America Corporation 675 Heathrow Drive Lincolnshire, IL 60069 U.S.A.
1-888-622-2489 • www.marantecamerica.com
Digital Intelligence for the Garage
M-4700 and M-4500
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Page 1 - January 1,1993

Owner’s Manual contains installation,operating, maintenance, & warrantyinstructions. For residential use only.This productcomplies with the 325reg

Page 2 - OWNER’S MANUAL CONTENTS

Correctly seated pin.Incorrectly seated pin.NOTE: Rail comes fully preassembled with straight door arm already attached. Unpack one-piece preassemble

Page 3 - 1. INTRODUCTION

11 Support opener head slightly off the floor. Lift the opposite end of the rail up to the header bracket. Position rail end-stop within the ope

Page 4 - 5. GARAGE AND DOOR

12 Position opener head so that rail is lined up with centerline of open door. Line up hanger brackets (not provided) with ceiling joistsor framing

Page 5 - 5. GARAGE AND DOOR (cont’d)

13 Make sure door is fully closed. Remove tape from rail holding straight door arm (sectional door only) and allow door arm to hang freely. Pull t

Page 6 - 6. OPENER PACKAGE CONTENTS

14To provide the maximum amount of protection, the photoeye must be mounted between 3"and 5" above the floor.See Figs. 28 and 29.MOUNTING PH

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15 Locate position where top mounting screw will go. Marklocation on wall. Drill 1/16" pilot hole into wall. (If mounting to drywall,drill 3/16

Page 8 - 8. INSTALLATION STEPS

16Uncoil the gray antenna wire and position per diagram. Fig. 34.IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not lengthen or shorten the antenna wire. Make sure the antenna

Page 9 - B. FOR ONE-PIECE DOORS:

17receiver module. (See section 10-16, p. 20).To reduce the risk of electric shock, your opener is providedwith an insulated power cord with a 3-prong

Page 10 - DOORS ONLY:

18The control panel is located under the control panel cover.Open the control panel by slightly pulling on the covercutout, then allowing the cover to

Page 11 - DOORS WITH TRACK:

Up Force19Open Travel LimitSetting AdjustmentClose Travel LimitSetting AdjustmentOPEN TRAVEL LIMIT (Fig. 39):LED #2 should be blinking. You can now se

Page 12 - 8-7. MOUNT OPENER TO CEILING

© Copyright 2003 All Rights Reserved.1. INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Page 13 - 8-9. CHECK EMERGENCY RELEASE

20Clear Path between Photo EyesPhoto Eye Receiver(Red Indicator Light on)Photo Eye Transmitter(Green Indicator Light on)Infrared BeamPhoto Eye Receive

Page 14 - FOR BOTH TYPES OF MOUNTING:

21IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSTO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH:1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.2. Never let children operat

Page 15 - (cont’d)

Transmitterwith ActiveCodeNewTransmitterLRLRLRLightBlinksLightBlinksLightOffLightIllunimatesContinuouslyPress Firstand holdPress Secondand holdKeep Pr

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Your opener can be activated via any of the following,depending on which accessories your opener system has: Remote Control Transmitter Wall Control

Page 17 - 8-16. CONNECT TO POWER

24TO SHORTEN CHAIN RAIL LENGTH: Loosen chain tension as much as possible. Remove screws from sprocket holder and rail end-stop. Slide chain and all

Page 18 - 8-17. CONTROL PANEL

12107534Header EndPowerhead End98Item Part # Description1. ——— Rail2. 8030339 Sprocket holder assembly3. 8030432 Roller holder with tension bolt assem

Page 19 - TRANSMITTER CODING (Fig. 43):

2612a36572b22a121211131415142112c16109454815. SYSTEM PARTS (cont’d)M-4700 Power Head AssemblyFig. 56Item Part # Description1. 8030589 Lamp Lens2. 8030

Page 20 - 8-19. TEST SAFETY REVERSAL

15. SYSTEM PARTS (cont‘d)2713672b21121121416814211152c32a109454M-4500 Power Head AssemblyItem Part # Description1. 8030590 Lamp Lens2. 8030328 Wire Ha

Page 21 - OR DEATH:

28The following accessories are designed to provide added convenience, satisfaction and value to your door opener system.Accessories are available fr

Page 22 - 10. TRANSMITTERS

29LIKELY CAUSE AND SOLUTION Does opener have electric power? Plug a lamp into the electric outlet to see if lamp turns on. If not,check fuse box or c

Page 23 - TRANSCEIVER

3Congratulations on purchasing your Marantec®Professional Series Garage Door Opener System, the most inno-vative opener available today. This stylishl

Page 24 - 13. TENSION ADJUSTMENT

LED DISPLAY AFTERPRESSING “P” Remove obstruction from path of door, or realign photo eyes. Refer to page 20.6 Photo eye became obstructed during do

Page 25 - 15. SYSTEM PARTS

To ensure continued safe operation and extended life of your opener system, periodic checking for proper operation is necessary. Occasional maintenanc

Page 26 - 15. SYSTEM PARTS (cont’d)

32PROFESSIONAL SERIES GARAGE DOOR OPENER SYSTEM PROFESSIONAL PRODUCT WARRANTYM-4700: —Parts Lifetime Warranty* (Labor not included)M-4500: —Parts (15)

Page 27 - 15. SYSTEM PARTS (cont‘d)

4StepladderPencil Tape MeasureDrill and Drill BitsAdjustable WrenchWire CuttersRatchet and Sockets(1/2”, 7/16”)PhillipsScrewdriverFlat-TipScrewdriver7

Page 28 - 16. ACCESSORIES

55. GARAGE AND DOOR (cont’d)Sectional Door with Curved TrackOne-Piece Doorwith Horizontal TrackOne-Piece Door with Jamb Hardware without TrackOne-Piec

Page 29 - 17. HAVING A PROBLEM?

6Items shown not actual size.WarrantyCardGARAGE DOOR OPENERSAFETY LABELS ANDLITERATUREStraight Door ArmRAIL ASSEMBLY(packed in separate carton)POWER H

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77. IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONSIMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONSTO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH:1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTALLA

Page 31 - 20. MAINTENANCE RECORD

See Fig. 12See Fig. 11HeaderDoor WidthVerticalCenter LineHorizontal Line forHeader BracketHeightHorizontalReinforcementBracketFig. 10Identify a sound

Page 32 - 1-888-622-2489

9 Mark pilot holes location on header through holes wherelag screws will be inserted. IMPORTANT: See Fig. 11 forwhich header bracket holes to use.

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